ng of Friday--Commencement of the second day's fight.
The Observer, of the 23d inst., has the following:
The firing, as we stated yesterday, began from Fort Pickens.
The whole of their fire during the morning was directed at the steamer Time, out with very little effect.
The Time came up last night, and with the exceptioperate Struggle expected — Pensacola Strongly Fortified.
The Montgomery Advertiser, of the 24th, says:
For more than six months past the garrisons at Fort Pickens and at Pensacola have faced each other, making preparations for the desperate struggle, which, for aught either knew, might be commenced at any moment; but the announced that there is a cessation of hostilities, we hope to be able to announce that the flag of the Confederate States floats in triumph from the walls of Fort Pickens.
The following order has been promulgated by one of our Generals in East Tennessee:
Headq'rs R brigade, Camp Look Out, Nov. 20t